How to Steal the Mona Lisa: and Six Other World-Famous Treasures by Taylor Bayouth is a step-by-step guide for the craft of high stakes thievery. This humorous reference describes seven heists of priceless art and artifacts. Learn to camouflage a getaway car, hack security systems, navigate air ducts, master the art of disguise, pick locks, scale buildings, and more. How to Steal the Mona Lisa is illustrated throughout and will be your handy guide as you acquire equipment, strategize, recruit partners, and discreetly sell off your stolen treasures. We're not suggesting you steal anything but if you're going to pursue a life of high stakes thievery, despite what we say, you might not want this book purchase showing up on your credit card history. Just a thought.
Factoid: In 1911, Vincenzo Perugia went to the gallery in a white smock that employees wore and hid until it closed for the night when he removed the Mona Lisa from its frame. When the gallery reopened he walked unobtrusively out with the painting under his smock, attracting no attention.
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